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  Buchberry in Algonquin Park
by sim1

This is a flower you will see a lot in Algonquin during the spring, it's the bunchberry. I thought it was quite a cute flower, with the green leaves surrounding the little white flower in the centre. It latin name is Cornus canadensis, but it is also known as the crackerberry, dwarf cornel. The flower blooms in May and June and will have berries later in the summer.

Directions: Mizzie Lake Trail at 15.4 kilometers from the West Gate of Algonquin Park
Website: http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/algo.html

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  • Updated Jun 27, 2003
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